20 Elwyn Lane, Woodstock

$1,120,000

4 Beds
2½ Baths
3,309 Sqft
1.19 Acres
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The only house of its kind in the village of Woodstock, the 1790 Hasbrouck House built by Judge Jonathan Hasbrouck, the first judge of Ulster County, as a summer residence. The bluestone-constructed structure sits on over an acre and enjoys a privacy that is rare for Woodstock village. Nearly all the original details remain: three fireplaces, hardware, doors, deep-set windows, beehive oven, wideboard flooring, and original Federal-style bannister. The current renovation has been extremely sensitive to the integrity of the house, with the capacious kitchen area being left a blank slate for the new buyer to design. Ceilings are high and room sizes are extremely generous. The house just basks in light. The original basement kitchen with the beehive oven is just aching to be finished as a sitting or reading room; and the immense attic with its unique architecture can suit a variety of uses. With a finished basement and attic, the Hasbrouck House would be approximately 5,000 square feet. This property is a one-time-only opportunity for the discerning buyer: once it is sold, there is literally not another one like it in Woodstock village proper.

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